#1: 37th US President Resigned Aug 1974, rather than face impeachment for Watergate-related cover-up crimes.
#2: 39th US Vice President Resigned Oct 1973, due to tax evasion charges unrelated to Watergate.
#3: 40th VP, 38th President Appointed to replace #2; gave #1 unconditional pardon for 'all crimes he may have committed' while in office.
#4: US Attorney General 1969-72 Helped plan & fund the original Watergate break-in; convicted of conspiracy, obstruction & perjury.
#5: White House Chief of Staff, 1969-72 Involved with #1 in Watergate cover-up from the beginning; convicted of obstruction & conspiracy.
#6: White House Assistant for Domestic Affairs With #1 & #5, orchestrated the Watergate cover-up; convicted of obstruction & perjury.
#7: White House Special Counsel Advised #1 that Watergate was 'a cancer on the presidency'; implicated #1's role in cover-up to Congress.
#8: Deputy Assistant to the President Revealed the existence of tape recordings of all Oval Office meetings.
#9: White House Secretary Erased 18½ minutes of a subpoened Oval Office meeting discussing Watergate, claimed it was accidental.
#10: White House Special Investigations Unit Former CIA agent, who organized the Watergate burglary & wiretapping. His phone number in a burglar's notebook was the first hint of White House involvement.
#11: White House Special Counsel 'Dirty tricks' expert who used $250,000 in campaign donations to fund the Watergate break-in.
#12: Director, FBI Asked by #6 & #7 to destroy White House documents regarding #10's involvement in Watergate.
#13: Aide to White House Chief of Staff Ordered the Watergate burglaries to collect intelligence on #1's Democratic opponents.
#14: White House Speechwriter Remains faithful to #1, later became an actor ('Ferris Bueller's Day Off') and game show star.
#15: Washington Post reporter With #16 connected the Watergate break-in to the White house. Played by Robert Redford in 'All the President's Men'.
#16: Washington Post reporter With #15 connected the Watergate break-in to the White house. Played by Dustin Hoffman in 'All the President's Men'.
#17: Washington Post editor Gave newspaper's support to #15.
#18: TV Interviewer In a series of televised 1977 interviews, got #1 to admit 'I let the American people down'.
#19: Chief Judge, US District Court (D.C.) Presided over Watergate burglars & #4's trials. Ordered release of Oval Office recordings.
#20: Special Prosecutor Subpoenaed White House tapes on Watergate; #1 claimed 'executive privilege, and ordered his firing.
#21: US Attorney General 1973 Resigned rather than accept #1's orders to fire #20.
#22: US Solicitor General In the wake of #21's resignation, illegally fired #20. Later a failed Supreme Court nominee.
#23: Special Prosecutor Replaced #20. Initially supboenaed the Oval Office recordings.
#24: Associate Director, FBI Under the code name 'Deep Throat', provided #15 with critical information in the Post investigation.
#25: Treasurer, Committee to Re-elect the President (CReeP) Testified against co-workers & became a critical source for #15 & #16's investigations.
#26: Senator (Dem - North Carolina) Chaired the Senate Watergate committee that put the scandal on TV several hours a day, expert in constitutional law.
#27: Minority Counsel, Senate Watergate Committee Later became a Senator, then became an actor who played the District Attorney on Law & Order.
#28: Legal Counsel, Committe to Re-elect the President (CReeP) With #10, organized & supervised the Watergate break-in. Convicted of burglary & wiretapping. Became radio talk-show host.
#29: Ex-CIA Agent, Watergate burglar Revealed to #20 White House pressure to plead guilty & that White House was aware of burglary planning.
#30: Watergate Hotel Security Guard Discovered the DNC break-in at the Watergate Hotel which began the biggest political scandal in American history. Died broke.